If you want to lose weight, diet and exercise are both important. However, that doesn’t mean they’re equally important. This video explains why changing your diet has a bigger effect on your weight loss than exercise.
Always a good idea to lay of the alcohol for at least a month or longer at a time. Give the body a little break.
"Large-scale studies have shown one benefit of Drynuary though: After successfully abstaining from alcohol for at least a month, a majority of people continued to drink less often as well as fewer drinks, even six months later. Most also described having an easier time refusing alcohol and showed lower dependence scores on the 10-item Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT)."
"Which is why, when I got my first new paycheck, I went from doing a little dance to rocking back and forth on the edge of my bed out of worry. I didn’t want to spend any of it, because for so many years, spending what I made quickly turned into having nothing left to spend. I didn’t know how to manage my money."
“I’m sorry, can you say that one more time?” That was my response to the recruiter who’d just revealed my new job’s salary. She repeated the offer, and though I wanted to shout my assent from the top of my lungs, I was in the middle of an empty coffee shop, plus I didn’t want to scare her off. Besides, it’s not like I won the lottery. I was simply being offered more money than I’d made at any point in my 11-year career as a journalist.
I hate it too Price the items accordingly and pay your staff accordingly and leave the customer out of the equation.
I have a favorite sandwich shop thats of the granola theme look and feel their sandwiches are like 10 bucks, I get 2 and 2 drinks for me and my wife and I'm at 27 bucks.. Then square pay with the iPad comes out and you are greeted with the gratuity screen which I usually press 0, I have to turn the iPad around with shame and guilt!
I just paid 27 bucks for 2 sandwiches and a beverage, I'll pay 30 built into the price and I'll leave feeling better. Wtf is so hard to understand about that. If the price is already too high to add a tip into the price then you have your answer already.
McDonald's has introduced kale salad to its US menu - but the fast food giant's health kick may not be quite as virtuous as you think it is.
For rather than offering a low-calorie, low-fat and low-sodium alternative, the leafy green combo actually contains more salt, fat and calories than a Double Big Mac.